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live team coverage. jennifer franciotti is live in baltimore county. >> we begin with hallie jackson in washington. >> fema is asking people to be ready for power outages and for wind and flooding. the trucks are getting trapped in boston and new york. >> the good news if you like snow is we are going to have some. >> some? try a foot in the big apple. double that in boston. >> i order all non emergency workers to work from home. >> than 2000 flights have been grounded today. avalanches of snow in chicago. it could be for more intense than the northeast. that means hard work and grocery stores are seeing a scramble for shovel and snacks. >> last year we did use hardly any of our salt resource is. there's a lot left. >> this potential record breaker could be anything but routine. >> used to these types of storms in new england. use common sense. >> the storm is expected to intensify tonight into tomorrow. the weekend could be a positive . traffic to get in the way of snow trucks. >> what is like in the seat this morning?-- what is it whatin t n dc? >> probably similar to what you are
tonight. >> hallie jackson has the latest. what can we expect to hear tonight? >> the president will be unveiling a fairly aggressive agenda for his second term. expect the focus to be on the economy and pocketbook issues. the president will be touching on immigration and gun-control along with issues like climate change. the president campaigned that in 2008 and made it clear he wants to see legislation on this. republicans will have a voice as well. marco rubio will be given the republican rebuttal. he is giving that speech in english and spanish. the first time the rebuttal has been given in more than one language. >> the president will focus on the economy. >> there will be a lot of fiscal issues. you have the question of how to get a handle on the government debt. the president wants to cut spending and bring in more revenue. both sides want to avoid big cuts for the defense department. those cuts kick in in just over two weeks. >> we will see short term and longer term playing out the importance of growing the economy and less emphasis of deficits and debt. >> did not forg
system. hallie jackson has the latest. >> good morning. the discussion is moving beyond the border to the borders of texas. that is for the homeland security will be traveling. >> now is the time. >> the president is doing the same at the white house today. members of congress are meeting, too. >> we need a serious fix. >> janet napolitano will visit a passel, texas. -- el paso, texas. it is predicted to outpace the white population. >> this is the first time the white population has not been the largest group in california. >> the president and the group of senators have unveiled proposals which were derided as amnesty. >> we have tried this before. we gave amnesty to the 3 million people. >> better border security. that is something the president's proposal does not do. >> i believe we're at the moment where comprehensive reform is within our grasp. >> the president is also talking with business leaders today. >> hallie jackson, thank you. 5:27. more celebration from the super bowl champions. >> the baltimore ravens are back in town. in town. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live,
. i am hallie jackson in washington. hey! did you know that honey t cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! ♪ wow. [ buzz ] delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? bee happy. bee healthy. with clusters of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. >> president obama will hit the road today taking his warnings about severe budget cuts to virginia. >> some republicans say the president should be on capitol hill to work on the deadline. >> hallie jackson has more. >> the curtain is rising on another day of political theater in washington. president obama will be going to newport news to warrant what could happen if $85 billion in automatic spending cuts kick in in just three days. it doesn't look like either side is working on a deal. just crafting bills that and not likely to pass both chambers. we may see some republicans that would shift the responsibility for the cuts to the white house. that does not have a good chance of
's pick, john brennan. >> hallie jackson has the latest. >> john brennan almost certainly face questions about the drone strike program and whether those tactics should be used overseas. this morning some in congress would get the chance to see secret information about what the government believes they can use drones to go after citizens working with the terrorists. >> there is a legal justification to try to stop them from carrying out plots. >> the government doesn't need evidence of a specific attack. >> all they have to show it is a view that somebody is doing something bad and has not renounced that. >> john brennan will face questions about his role in creating the program. >> they are necessary to mitigate an actual threat, to stop lots and prevent future attacks. >> the white house says john byrne has the experience to lead the cia. >> he thinks that it is legitimate to ask questions about how we prosecute the call against al qaeda. >> the june strike program is not the only issue likely to come out. expect lawmakers to ask about his stance on enhanced interrogation techniques. >
his policy proposals. his first up will be in north carolina. >> hallie jackson has more on the story. >> good morning. the president is expected to expand on the outlines of some of the themes about jobs and the economy. >> the president of the united states. >> in the speech, the loudest response came on the topic of gun control. >> the families of blacksburg and tucson and other communities ripped open by gun violence, they deserve a simple vote. >> the president promised to bring home more than 30,000 troops in afghanistan. he focused on the economy. his proposals would not raise the deficit. >> we need a smarter government that invest in broadbased growth. >> marco rubio deliver the republican response in english and spanish. >> we will forever be known as the generation responsible for america's decline. rand paul handled the tea party response. >> his policies keep you poor. >> the president would like to raise the minimum wage. >> i bet a lot of folks would appreciate that. hallie jackson, thank you. >> ben cardin agrees with the president's vision. >> democrats and republican
officials are preparing for a worse case scenario. >> hallie jackson has the latest. >> whatever happens will have a big impact far beyond the beltway including in washington. about 800,000 civilians will be forced to take one day a week off if these cuts go through. it is not just folks working for the military. people will see 10% of their unemployment benefits evaporate. politicians on both sides talked about the need to avoid them but blamed the other guys for not doing anything about it. it feels a little bit like deja vu. >> i hear there is a new poll out this morning. >> it shows if no deal is reached, about half of people will blame republicans in congress. the represent will blame president obama. about four in 10 say we should let those big cuts happen if there's no deal. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> people are concerned that the massive cuts will hurt their bottom line. company leaders say sequestration is putting future projects up in the air. >> for a company that does $30 million in volume, it will be a huge impact. we are looking for some certainty. >> most of the comp
jackson has details. >> the obama administration will announce it is going after countries that spy on the u.s. by hacking. the u.s. wants more fines as part of an aggressive stance against cyber attacks, especially those from china. a chinese military unit was linked to years of stealing secrets on mine from the u.s. and private companies. china says they have nothing to do with the cyber attacks. >> what has the administration done so far? >> the president has signed an executive order. he talked about this in his speech. the in speecunion >> do we know what kind of information is being targeted? >> this is some potentially viable information from private companies. let's give you an example. they could pull information to save millions of dollars in research costs and for bidding wars. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> 5:27. >> the man convicted of murdering phylicia barnes wants a new trial. a new trial. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy b
an impact on each and everyone of us. >> hallie jackson has the latest. the deadline is fast approaching. >> one week away. nobody is on capitol hill. politicians on monday morning will be back. the half to get down to work to figure out how to avoid the cuts. the cuts could cost 750,000 estimated jobs and slow down the economy. president obama is still keeping up public pressure on republicans. he had good conversation with gop leaders like john boehner and mitch mcconnell. both sides are at an impasse. we expect a lot of governors to weigh in. some will be talking with the president at the white house in the next couple of days. >> what kind of effect will have in baltimore? >> you could see it longer lines at the airport, potentially shorter hours. the smaller airports may have a problem with that. a lot of workers could be furloughed if the cuts go through. people will see less money from unemployment. issues with the border control in more southern states along the border. you could see shorter hours at national parks. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> 30 degrees at the airport. >> b
jackson joins us live with the latest. the president will deliver his message to a lot of listeners. >> perhaps more importantly the millions of americans watching on tv. >> the president of the united states. >> the moment when he gets an unchallenged opportunity to talk to the country and to define his agenda. >> the president will focus on one topic -- >> the economy will be central to the speech. >> president obama is likely to warned congress not to let big automatic spending cuts happen. >> thousands of americans in education or clean energy are likely to be laid-off. >> the president may touch on immigration reform and climate change. republicans are listening for something specific. >> he wants to join us to affect smarter cuts in spending. >> rand paul will deliver the tea party response. >> we believe you stimulate the economy by reducing taxes. >> florida senator mark rubio. he is rebutting more than just the state of the union. he was claimed the republican savior. he said there was one save your aunt it is not me -- he said and it isone save youior not me. there could b
cuts over the next 10 years. >> hallie jackson has the latest on the story. >> good morning. if those huge automatic spending cuts kick in and the economy slows down, we will all feel the impact. nearly everybody in washington wants to avoid that. the question is how? another day, another dollar, another fiscal fight in washington. the issue is massive spending cuts. it is called sequestration. we're not supposed to get to this point in the first place. >> it was a proposal meant to spur lawmakers into action to come up with a budget that everybody could agree on. >> cuts could still down the economy. pentagon leaders are deeply worried about the impact on the military. if congress cannot cut a big deal -- >> they should pass a smaller package of spending cuts and tax reforms. >> he is thinking short-term. give congress time to work on a budget. >> they should have a chance to come up with a budget instead of making cuts now that was slow down the recovery. >> both sides agreed something must be done. republican leaders are digging in their heels. "we believe there's a better way to r
jackson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> you can tell he loves his job. 5:27. >> converse has a bid deadline coming up in less than two weeks >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. police found the body of mindy mccready, dead of an apparent suicide. there were gunshots fired at home. was 37 years old. >> baltimore spent $585,000 on a report that predicted the city would go bankrupt in 10 years. the mayor is expected to release the full report on wednesday. >> the empire state building shining red, white, and loblue n on a of presidents day. 5:31. time for traffic and weather together on the 1's. >> traditionally this is a big weekend for snow. this weekend, the one which is passed. we're thankful we get the cold but not the snow. ava will talk about the statistical anomaly. >> a big word. >> you had your coffee this morning. >> 20 at the airport with a wind chill at 10. rain to mark and dry weather through the rest o
plan to hear from the president later today. >> we begin with hallie jackson. >> governors are worried about how these cuts would smother the start of economic recovery states are starting to saee. what a way to figure out how the cuts that will happen over the next seven months if there is no deal. some folks are looking to the next deadline when government funding runs out. some speculate they could use the next month to deal with both budget battles at the same time. >> what are the chances we could see a deal by friday? >> not great, according to analysts. you may not see the fire in lawmakers bellies. we could still see blame game among democrats and republicans. one thing everybody can agree on is getting some of stan's birthday in washington. happy birthday, stan. i would have guessed 29. >> you guys lie! many areas would be impacted by the sequester. george lettis is live at a federal hill this morning. george? >> the white house report says maryland could be among the hardest-hit states. maryland could lose $14.4 million in education funding. that would be about 200 jobs for t
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